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Mâna întinsă a lui Biden către Merkel și Macron – DW, 22.02
Conseil de défense Macron-Merkel : que change l’arrivée de Joe Biden ? – 5.02
- #AngelaMerkel et #EmmanuelMacron se retrouvent vendredi pour parler défense et relations transatlantiques, après quelques frictions, au lendemain de l’annonce d’un rapprochement des #EtatsUnis de leurs alliés traditionnels. Le décryptage d’Armelle Charrier, chroniqueuse internationale à France 24.
In conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron: Launching the Europe Center – Atlantic Council, 4.02
- The Atlantic Council officially launches the Europe Center featuring a conversation on Europe and transatlantic relations with His Excellency Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic.
- In 2021, the Atlantic Council is doubling down on its mission to promote relations with the European Union, with the Europe Center at its heart. With a new administration in the United States, this is an opportunity to re-invigorate the transatlantic community to tackle common challenges, from climate change to a more assertive China and technological change. But this relationship can’t be steeped in nostalgia. This moment is an opportunity to reshape the Alliance with a more responsible global Europe at its core.
Europe gives Biden a one-finger salute – Politico, 29.01
Given the opportunity to show the new US administration it was serious about collaboration, Europe has done no such thing.
French Ambassador: EU Working Toward ‘Common Action’ With Biden on Iran, COVID-19 – FP, 26.01
But Philippe Etienne says France won’t surrender its dream of “strategic autonomy.” By Michael Hirsh
Germany Is Pouring Cold Water on the Biden-Europe Love Fest – FP, 22.01
Even the arrival of a pro-European U.S. administration can’t paper over unmistakable signs of trans-Atlantic trouble. By Constanze Stelzenmüller
The U.S.-EU Relationship in 2021 and Beyond – What Can We Expect From the Biden Administration? – 21.01
- With President-elect Biden set to take office, Europe is intently focused on rebuilding a relationship with the new administration. The Egmont Royal Institute for International Relations and the German Marshall Fund of the United States will bring together leading European and U.S. experts and policymakers the day after inauguration to analyze what the two allies can expect from each other in the coming years. The conversation will explore what U.S. foreign policy will look like under a Biden administration. Can the U.S.-European relationship be strengthened again? What issues can we see more collaboration on, and where do challenges still exist? Will we see a resurgence of transatlantic engagement?
Investiture de Joe Biden : l’U.E salue son “ami” et lui propose une nouvelle alliance – 20.01
Highlights: President Von der Leyen on the inauguration of the new President of the US – 20.01
1 in 3 Europeans say US can’t be trusted: Poll – Politico, 19.01
More than 60 percent of those surveyed said the American political system is broken.
Seizing the Biden Moment: What the New U.S. Administration Means for Europe – GMF, 19.01
- While Joe Biden begins his presidency, this online event will focus on the policy implications for Europe. The new U.S. administration will engage with partners on a variety of issues—from climate change to democratic values and digital transformation—and aim to restore trust within the alliance. Europeans will also have to better articulate their relationship with the U.S. and the deepening of European cooperation in the defense and foreign policy fields.
- How will transatlantic cooperation evolve in the next four years? What are the priorities of the U.S. administration, and how will Joe Biden engage with European allies to tackle international challenges? What does a “U.S. Foreign Policy for the Middle Class” mean for the United States and Europe? To what extent will this impact intra-European choices in strategic sectors such as defense, digital and trade policy, and reshape the debate on European sovereignty? How will domestic politics and the extreme polarization influence U.S. foreign policy, especially towards Europe? What are the different scenarios regarding the future of the Republican party?
Nathalie Loiseau – Reconfiguring Security and Defence post-Trump and post-Brexit – IIEA, 18.01
- With the arrival of a new US administration and departure of the UK from the European Union, Nathalie Loiseau, MEP, presents the implications of these developments for the EU’s security and defence arrangements in an address to the IIEA. She discusses the prospects for a constructive transatlantic agenda, taking account of President-elect Biden’s multilateralist stance and threat outlook. Furthermore, Nathalie Loiseau evaluates the scope of the UK’s influence post-Brexit on the EU Common Security and Defence Policy and consider the future relationship in a new framework.
EU-US trade row: Additional US tax on French & German goods – 13.01
Time for Europe and US to work together on China – Politico, 19.01
Disputes among allies will only give China a leg up. – Peter Beyer is a Christian Democratic Union (CDU) lawmaker in the Bundestag and the German government’s transatlantic coordinator.
Why Europe’s China deal will poison transatlantic relations – Politico, 14.01
Concerns about Europe’s attitude toward Beijing are spoiling an otherwise rosy EU-US debut.
Europe condemns US mob: European leaders react to US Capitol building invasion – 8.01
U.S. Allies Abroad Condemn Pro-Trump Mob Storming U.S. Capitol – FP, 6.01
European leaders urge Trump to finally concede the election for the sake of American democracy. By Robbie Gramer, Chloe Hadavas, Allison Meakem
Britain braces for not-so-special relationship with Biden – Politico, 31.12
Trans-Atlantic cooperation after the US election: Perspectives from France and Germany – Brookings, 16.12
- The Center on the United States and Europe (CUSE) at Brookings hosted Manuel Lafont Rapnouil and Sebastian Groth, the French and German heads of policy planning, and former U.S. Ambassador to NATO Victoria Nuland for a discussion examining French, German, and European perspectives on the outcome of the U.S. election and prospects for trans-Atlantic cooperation.
What Is Europe’s ‘Once-in-a-Generation’ Offer to America? – FP, 8.12
The EU vows to seize the opportunity posed by the new U.S. administration—but muddled strategy still stands in the way. By Bart M.J. Szewczyk
A 6-point action plan for a transatlantic bargain – ECFR, 6.12
Politicians, academics, and other prominent senior experts from ECFR’s Council call on EU leaders to adopt a 6-point action plan for a transatlantic bargain
Step one in repairing US-EU relations: a data privacy deal – Politico, 4.12
Strengthening Transatlantic Relations: Lessons from the Past, Opportunities for the Future – GMF, 3.12
With a Biden Presidency, is European Sovereignty Still Needed? – GMF, 2.12
Partners of First Resort: America, Europe, and the Future of the West – GMF, 1.12
- As of late, the once reliable and thriving transatlantic partnership can best be described as turbulent. The relationship is in a state of disrepair once unimaginable. Fundamental issues began to show as the partners sought to update the relationship to suit the post-Cold War world order. Longstanding issues such as NATO member defense spending, the Iraq war, and the U.S.’s “pivot to Asia” under President Obama all hinted at the underlying and unresolved issues within the relationship. Throughout his tenure, President Trump’s rhetoric further strained the U.S.-Europe partnership and eroded trust upon which the relationship was built. Can President-elect Biden and his incoming team reset the transatlantic relationship? What would a “transatlantic renaissance” look like? And can this aged partnership effectively respond to the pressing global challenges of today?
EU military boost would bring benefits, says bloc’s top general – Politico, 29.11
Gen. Claudio Graziano said the EU could act as a mediator between the US and China.
Europe May Cheer Biden’s Win—But It Threatens Macron’s Grand Project – FP, 27.11
France is going to have a harder time selling “strategic autonomy” without the foil of the Trump administration to drive it. By Michele Barbero
Biden phones top EU officials – EUObserver, 24.11
US president-elect Joe Biden phoned top EU and Nato officials – Charles Michel, Ursula von der Leyen, and Jens Stoltenberg – Monday, as part of his transition into the White House.
Biden’s Europe challenge: Repair tattered transatlantic ties – Pat Cox, Politico, 23.11
A Conversation With President Ursula von der Leyen of the European Commission – CFR, 20.11
President von der Leyen discusses her vision for a new transatlantic agenda, prospects for cooperation between the European Union and the United States, and the future of multilateralism.
Biden Knows Europe, and Europe Knows Biden. That’s Not Enough – FP, 19.11
How to start a new—and overdue—chapter of trans-Atlantic relations. By Daniel Fried, Benjamin Haddad
U.S. Should Work With Europe to Counter China, Senators Say – Bloomberg, 18.11
Second acts: How Europe can renew the transatlantic partnership – ECFR, 17.11
This could be the moment to build a more balanced transatlantic relationship, with Europeans showing the US where we need it to engage, and how – rather than simply waiting for cues from Washington
- Miniştrii de externe ai Franţei şi Germaniei doresc un ”New Deal” transatlantic – 17.11
- Berlin stresses US ties after Macron knocks minister’s pro-American op-ed – Politico, 15.11
For the West, There Is No Road Back to a Time Before Trump – FP, 16.11
Europeans are relieved by Biden’s victory but will be very disappointed if they don’t heed the lessons of the past four years. By Charles A. Kupchan
Building back a better transatlantic alliance – Mark Leonard, ECFR, 16.11
Europe’s Biden bind: Stick with US or go it alone? – Politico, 15.11
Continent split between wanting close ties to Washington and desire to develop its own power.
- UE propune viitoarei administraţii Biden un nou parteneriat, ”coloana vertebrală a unei noi alianţe globale” – 11.11
- Joe Biden hits the phones, calls European leaders – 10.11
- Let’s make the most of this new chapter in EU-US relations – Josep Borell, 9.11
EU-US trade war: Block to push ahead to impose tariffs over €3,3BLN on some imports – 10.11
EU keeps its shield up in the US trade war – Politico, 10.11
Biden victory signals change not just in US but Europe too – 15.11
Everyone loves Biden — even Europe’s conservatives – Politico, 10.11
The New Transatlantic Relationship – 10.11
These Policy Areas Could Shape the Biden-EU Relationship – 9.11
European hopes for a US reset could be disappointed – 9.11
- What Biden means for Europe – Politico, 8.11
- What a Biden presidency might mean for Europe – DW, 7.11
- US election: Europe’s winners and losers – Politico, 7.11
- Trump or Biden, Europe is the loser – Politico, 4.11
Transatlantic myopia – CH, 6.11
Americans believe class politics distorts the European mindset, writes Catherine Fieschi
- Merkel says Germany will stand ‘side by side’ with US on world issues – DW, 9.11
- Merkel to Biden: Europe ready to ‘take on more responsibility’ – 9.11
- Gata cu romantismul transatlantic! – DW, 5.11
- Europe still needs America – Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, Germany’s defense minister
- Time for Europe to move past ‘pax Americana’ – Franziska Brantner, German Green party spokesperson for EU affairs in the Bundestag
The pre-Trump world won’t come back – Ivan Krastev, DW, 7.11
It is time for Europe to go to Washington and present a vision of the future of the trans-Atlantic partnership, based on changed realities on the both sides of the Atlantic.
China and Europe Won’t Get Any Relief on Trade From Biden – FP, 6.11
Washington will not return as the champion of the global trading system. But it may stop being its biggest foe. By Edward Alden
- What we have lost: Trump, Biden, and the meaning of transatlantic relations – ECFR, 6.11
- Europe’s role in America’s election – ECFR, 30.10
- European views of the transatlantic relationship – ECFR, 28.09
- The Biden effect and the future of US-Europe relations II – ECFR, 7.08
- The Biden effect and the future of US-Europe relations I – ECFR, 31.07
Nicio ţară din UE, în afară poate de Polonia, nu l-ar realege pe Trump – Agerpres, 28.10.20
Scottish Nationalists Hope Biden Win Means a Washington Friendlier to Independence – FP, 7.11
The U.S. stance toward any future Scottish independence referendum could be crucial. By David Leask
Locked Down at Home, Much of France Is Quietly Rooting for Biden – FP, 3.11.20
Trump’s insults and ideological closeness to Marine Le Pen have left a bitter taste. By Nabila Ramdani
Why Europe is praying for Trump to lose the US election – DW Analysis, 30.10
Spotlight on CEE: Responding to the U.S. Elections – GMF, 29.10
Rebooting the Transatlantic Relationship – CH, 22.10
The US withdrawal from major international agreements and organisations and Europe’s preoccupation with Brexit have meant that transatlantic cooperation on global issues such as security, technology, climate and – most recently – the coronavirus pandemic, has fallen short of co-ordinated leadership.
Germany promises not to backtrack on defense spending after Trump – Politico, 9.11
Note to U.S. Allies: America Will Remain Divided and Frustrating – FP, 4.11.20
Biden’s ambitious domestic and international agenda will be stymied by a Senate the Democrats failed to win. By Daniel B. Baer
Allies Look to ‘Strategic Autonomy’ as Support for Trump Proves Resilient – FP, 4.11.20
The world, like the United States, is in limbo. But one thing is clear: 2016 was not an aberration. By Colum Lynch, Amy Mackinnon
În SUA, pe 3 noiembrie, se votează viitorul NATO – Marius Ghincea, 1.11.20
Security realities – ECFR, 12.10.20
The Europeans are insufficiently prepared to provide more in terms of defence and stability. There will be a rude awakening even with a President Biden in the White House.
Uniunea Europeană și Statele Unite au ajuns la un acord privind reducerea taxelor vamale pentru anumite produse, primele negociate în mai mult de două decenii: Dorim ca acesta să fie doar începutul – 22.08.20